LA JOLLA (CNS) - One person was rushed to a hospital when a vehicle crashed into a house in La Jolla early Monday, authorities said.
The crash near La Jolla Mesa Drive and Linda Rosa Avenue occurred shortly before 2 a.m., according to San Diego police Officer Jane Jacobsen.
The driver fled the scene on foot, she said.
Paramedics had three patients at the scene and one of those went to a hospital, a San Diego fire-rescue dispatcher said.
Two people apparently were asleep inside the house at the time of the crash but neither was among the injured, police said.
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